In a primary, most people know who they're going to be voting for, but the question remains - will Chris Donovan lose support because of a criminal investigation?
Donovan cast his vote in Meriden on Tuesday, and if he's worried about losing the primary, he isn't showing it.
He continues to be upbeat despite a criminal investigation into his campaign.
Federal officials have arrested eight people for funneling illegal contributions, two of which worked for Donovan - one being his former campaign manager.
Two Democrats challenging Donovan are Elizabeth Esty and Dan Roberti, and if support for Donovan erodes, they could pick up some of the votes.
Esty cast her vote in Cheshire on Tuesday.
On the Republican side are: state Sen. Andrew Roraback, who is the endorsed candidate, businessman Mark Greenberg, who is running as conservative, Justin Bernier and Lisa Wilson-Foley.
Foley has had her own campaign issues as well.
Her husband has been questioned by federal officials for paying former Gov. John Rowland for consulting work at the same time Rowland was a volunteer for Foley's campaign.
Voters said there has been a lot going on, but are trying to just stay focused on the issues.
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